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Faraday engineers at the NEIS 2018 conference

Faraday engineers at the NEIS 2018 conference

A team led by Senior Engineer, Jagadeesh Gunda will represent Faraday Grid at the Conference on Sustainable Energy Supply and Energy Storage Systems – NEIS 2018 in Hamburg this September.

Preview to The Faraday Grid Launch at the National Museum of Scotland

Preview to The Faraday Grid Launch at the National Museum of Scotland

It is humbling to imagine that come the evening of Tuesday 12th December, the Faraday Grid will take centre stage in the Grand Hall, with more than 150 people from the fields of industry, finance and academia, as well as friends and family present. A full scale prototype of the Faraday Exchanger will be unveiled to the audience for a live demonstration. This approach really does highlight the confidence we have in our technology, which has been subject to years of R&D and simulation testing.

Design Origins of the Faraday Exchanger - A brief history of discoveries in physics

Design Origins of the Faraday Exchanger - A brief history of discoveries in physics

In every era in the history of humanity, innovation and development has been implemented in all areas to simplify the functioning of operating systems and ultimately, increase efficiency and boost productivity. The Faraday Exchanger builds on the work of key physicists and mathematicians by going back to fundamental principles. This article gives an overview of the most significant scientific breakthroughs leading up to The Faraday Exchanger.

Robots, Systems, Taxation and Being Human

Robots, Systems, Taxation and Being Human

A fashion is sweeping through the global intelligentsia. The thrill of a new existential threat to human existence is in the air. Fear of our intellectual child as Nemesis is nothing new and it afflicts the intellectual before all others.

Energy & Ideas matter

Energy & Ideas matter

The visualization and graph represented by NYU’s Development Research Institute are the most fantastic representations of human dreams, thoughts, and life experiences that we would otherwise have never had. This shouldn’t be taken for granted, and yet we do. The ideas and actions of individuals matter; for good or evil they are both the cause and effect of our very existence.

Renewable energy is necessary but insufficient

Renewable energy is necessary but insufficient

Today, even the most ardent supporter of sustainable living probably recognizes that the problem in achieving that isn’t just the nihilistic short-term self-interest of big oil and big coal. We just don’t know how to get there.